Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Dačić: KFOR guarantee of security of Serbs
BELGRADE -- Prime Minister Ivica Dačić underscored on the Monday that NATO's KFOR mission "remains the guarantee of the security of Serbs in the southern Serbian province."
He made the statement during his meeting in Belgrade with members of the delegation of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.
Dačić also called on the members of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly to explain Serbia's efforts to their countries and help their governments back Serbia's EU path.
Members of the delegation underscored that "as one of the most important countries in the Balkans, Serbia is building peace and stability in the region, and expressed the belief that Serbia will continue its EU path and soon get the date of EU accession talks."
Serbia insists on lasting stability in the region and the search for a solution to all open issues through dialogue, Dačić said, according to a government statement.
The Serbian government launched a dialogue with the Priština interim government so as to ensure lasting peace and survival of the Serb community in Kosovo and Metohija, the prime minister said and added that Serbia "insists on sustainable solutions in keeping with UN Security Council Resolution 1244, without violation of the verified principle on status neutral position."